Thursday, 8 December 2016

More About Grandma Rose

More About Grandma Rose

Some of you have asked about Mimi's mother, who we call Grandma Rose. Grandma Rose was born in 1923, so she has seen more than almost any dog. She has not been well lately and it has become difficult for her to walk. She has become very tiny, less than 100 pounds. We are grateful, however, that she knows everything that is going on. Mimi wants to spend as much time with Grandma Rose as she can.

Until last July, Grandma Rose lived independently in her own home. Now she is in a place called "Assisted Living" where the peeps that run the place sometimes frown at dogs. But Mimi found out that it's OK to have a dog as a visitor, they just can't live there. And they aren't supposed to bark or annoy anybuddy.

It is hard fur me not to bark because I am good at home security.

Grandma Rose likes dogs. This might be because in the 1920's, her dad bred Boston Bull Terriers.  She says that the puppies were the cutest.

Boston Bull Terrier Puppy, like the ones that Grandma Rose's Dad Raised
Mimi says that she will try to take me with her the next time she visits Grandma Rose. This is because I am good medicine. Before Grandma Rose moved into assisted living, she would take me every time. 


Until last July, Grandma Rose was completely independent.
Thank you everybuddy fur caring about Grandma Rose. Mimi  is very worried about her. She is losing her physical health quickly and will probably have to move to a different place where she will get more care. 

Right now, though, Grandma Rose is happy with where she is living.

From Vancouver,
Louis Dog Armstrong
Louis the Blogging Dog



17 comments:

  1. Louis, your Grandma Rose sounds like a great person. Sending POTP to her!

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  2. Oh Louis, what a sweetie! Gma Rose sounds like one PAWSOME peep! I am sendin' lots of POTP for Gma Rose, and lots of {{{hugs}}} to your Moms.
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥♥

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  3. She is a great person, we know. It's sad to see such a time in anyone's life. We're sure you will do all you can to make her time good. Pawhugs.

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  4. I hope you do get to visit your Gma Rose.
    It is sometimes lonely I know your
    visit will cheer her up lots.
    My mom works in a nursing home,
    she says we love it when pups visit the residents.
    xo Astro

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  5. Thank you for letting us meet your wonderful Grandma Rose. She is a wonderful woman. I am sure seeing you makes her day.

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  6. Oh Louis ..... you are so lucky to have Grandma Rose to visit. I lost my Nan last year. She was born in 1918. It's her birthday today the 9th December. She would have been 98. Crikey I miss her.

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  7. Dogs are the best medicine, and the folk in the assisted care facility will be delighted to see you Louis. Thanks for introducing us to Grandma Rose.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  8. Hari Om
    what a pretty lady Gma Rose is! I can understand Mimi being concerned; it is always difficult when our elders start to fade away... sending blessings and Love, hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  9. Luffs and hugs to Grandma Rose
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx
    PeeS Louis, your parcel's on its way…watch out fur Mr Postie!

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  10. thank you for sharing Grandma Rose with us. She is an amazing woman, being a life long dog lover is also proof that she is special!! Sending (((hugs))) and love to you all! DakotasDen

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  11. We do hope you get to visit Grandma Rose. And we send pug hugs to her
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, hazel & Mabel

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  12. Your Grandma Rose sounds so lovely!
    Hope you have a nice visit with her.
    Elliot and Cricket x

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  13. We know Grandma Rose loves dog visits! Must make her day.

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  14. Ghostwriter works in a nursing home. She says everybody LOVES it when animals come to visit, especially dogs! There used to be a cat who lived at the nursing home. Sammy cat always knew who needed him the most. Unfortunately, he retired, and was not replaced. Make sure you go to visit your Grandma Rose as often as you can; and go around and say hi to all the other people there too.

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  15. Dear Louis and Hazuzu and Mom...
    Grandma Rose is a beautiful lady. We hope that she is adjusting to her assisted living.
    My mom's mom aka Loula (what my human sis called her) lived in an assisted living facility not far from us. They had a resident cat, Remi, and a resident dog, Copper, who lived there. Hugs madi your bfff

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  16. We hope she does well with a little help in the new place and has more years of good health!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  17. Grandma Rose is beautiful. I hope that she's doing well at assisted living and that she can continue there indefinitely.

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